Mentoring Women Ghana runs Empowerment Workshops for individuals, groups and corperate organizations.
Brigitte Dzogbenuku is a certified Empowerment Trainer from the Empowerment Institute. She participated in IMAGINE a global initiative for the empowerment of women. It enables women in challenging life circumstances in developing world countries to envision and create new possibilities for their life, family and community through participation in Empowerment Institute's flagship transformational training program, the Empowerment Workshop. IMAGINES's focus is on women because they have been identified as the key leverage point to further development in countries of the global south.
Mrs. Gillian Hammah (Chief Marketing Officer- Databank Group) was and is still my mentor and I am a Customer Service Representative at Databank; from Internship - National Service Person - Contract Staff.
I persisted, learned and worked to sail through. It was not smooth but was worth adapting and now is a part of me.
Christ focus, balanced life, hard work, humility, reading, Continuous learning, achiever, and confidence is what my mentor stands for and that I am not letting go of one.
This is just the beginning; there are greater hurdles to overcome. The grace will keep us going BUT our story is never complete without God and Mentoring Women Ghana team.
Take advantage of the opportunity and make it happen. The time is now.
Long live MENTORING WOMEN GHANA.
I am grateful to the team for the opportunity.
Gifty Botwe (Mentee, 2014)
My Mentorship experience has been awesome. I attended Mentoring Walk when I had to participate in an interview process at the UN Information Center and I clearly needed direction on the activities of the UN in Ghana. My Mentor, Madam Mercy Konadu guided me and I passed the interview. I was invited to have an internship at the UN Information Center in Accra for three months.
My perception about being a diplomat as a women has also changed from being impossible to attain such a status to possible to be who you want to achieve.
Thank you, Mentoring Walk Team.
Augustina Quaynor (Mentee)(2015)